Golan Heights Distillery Golani Black Single Cask Cask Strength Two Grain Israeli Whisky (700ml)

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Golan Heights Distillery Golani Black Single Cask Cask Strength Two Grain Israeli Whisky (700ml)

$370.00 Bottle
  • ABV 61.9%

A first for our shelves are three new whiskies from Israel.
'Golan Heights' is one of less than a handful of active distilleries in the country, founded in 2014 and located in the North. Canadian expat, David Zibell, owner, distiller and founder, operates two stills and has a symbiotic (and enviable) relationship with the nearby Golan Heights Winery which solves the problem of sourcing quality wine casks. x-Bourbon barrels are also used. Considering Israel shares a climate comparable to other 'new' whisky producers like Australia, India and Taiwan, you can expect these spirits to peak relatively young.

Distilled in 2015 and bottled in 2018, Golani Black is a natural strength, non chill filtered, single cask edition produced from wheat and barley. This is something of a collector's opportunity, as the individually numbered bottles were hand-filled at 'Whisky Live' Tel Aviv, as indicated on the label. Exceptionally limited.

Other reviews... [Barrel #18 tasted] The wheat softens the whisky makes it highly drinkable even at cask strength... This is surprisingly intense and really outstanding for what is, essentially, a three year old grain whisky. The combination of the warm climate with the high quality wood, aided, I think, by the high proportion of barley really works well.
- maltandoak.com